Ooredoo Tunisia has successfully launched 4G services as the group “continues to transform the digital experience” by offering super-fast 4G services across its footprint.
With the launch of 4G in Tunisia, Ooredoo companies now offer 4G services in five markets — Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Indonesia and Tunisia, making it one of the leading 4G companies in the region.
Ooredoo said its customers can enjoy a “better, faster” mobile experience on 4G, as well as a range of innovative new products and services.
Faster file transfers, high definition images and speedier downloads are all made possible through the 4G upgrade, which will also help customers using 3G, by increasing capacity with LTE technology.
Ooredoo Group chief executive officer Sheikh Saud bin Nasser al-Thani said: “Ooredoo continues to pursue our strategy of network evolution and leadership in order to deliver cutting-edge data and digital services across our footprint. With the launch of 4G in Tunisia, we can expand our portfolio of smart services for Tunisian customers and deliver an enhanced mobile experience for all. We offer our congratulations to our team in Tunisia, who have achieved this technological breakthrough in rapid time and delivered to a high quality.”
To support the 4G launch, Ooredoo Tunisia is releasing new, innovative bundles for customers that include data allowance, free call minutes, video-on-demand services with ‘Starz Play’ and ‘MyCloud’ online storage services. Customers can enjoy 3G and 4G bundles at the same great price and choose from prepaid and postpaid options.
Ooredoo Tunisia is also launching a range of value-added services for customers, including Mobifind, which helps customers find their phone in case of loss or theft, and Mazika, an entertainment app with the largest Arabic music catalogue.
The company has also enhanced its Mobile Academy service, which provides unlimited access to an incredible range of online courses in fields ranging from languages through to management development and cookery.
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